5 Ways We Can Be More Like C.S. Lewis on His Birthday

In celebration of Lewis’ birthday today, The Bell interviewed Inklings scholar Sørina (Kulberg) Higgins ’02, who has spent the last 17 years studying the works of writers Charles Williams and C.S. Lewis.

6 Quirky Thanksgiving Traditions You May Want to Adopt in 2019

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, The Bell collected a few quirky traditions that belong to some of our students, staff and alumni. They may just inspire you to create some of your own!

4 Tips for Maximizing the Break in “School Break”

Research studies show that taking breaks from work can not only help you to live longer but also improve mental and physical health.

Computer Science: Programmed for 40 Years of Ingenuity

Forty years since launching the computer science major and 50 since Gordon’s first computer programming course, the College celebrates a history in innovation.

Gordon College Announces Establishment of School of Education, Student Scholarship and Alumni Award Benefiting Teachers, Schools Serving Underserved Populations

Just over one month since Gordon College unveiled Faith Rising: The Campaign for Gordon College, the school today announced another milestone in the $130 million campaign focused on meeting the evolving and dynamic needs of current and future students around affordability, academics and community.